The UK government has been urged to intervene to help Aberdeenshire repair its stricken roads network.
Mounthooly Roundabout will be closed tonight as Scottish Water carry out emergency repairs to a burst water main.
Aberdeen council bosses have found themselves in a sticky situation- after using tape to repair lampposts.
Peterculter residents have told council bosses the "repairs" made by their road's team have made their street even worse.
Work to repair a north-east war memorial have finally started, five weeks after the structure was knocked over in a crash.
A busy Moray bridge that has been pegged for a major refurbishment has been reduced to one lane for the next three weeks.
Police have been forced to pay out almost £54,000 in repair bills over the past three years after their vehicles were vandalised.
Council roads bosses have said they need “more evidence” before proceeding with a plan to use recycled plastic to repair crumbling city streets and fill potholes.
Repairs to an iconic city library have been delayed again - due to “bad weather”.
A Lossiemouth group has launched a campaign to raise £10,000 to save an ageing bridge.
Work to repair a busy Moray harbour has begun.
A stretch of the north-east’s busiest road may need repairs after a car caught fire and its molten wreckage scorched the surface of the carriageway.
Councillors will discuss a raft of improvements for a north-east secondary school next week.
A historic 15th-century Highland castle is in line for essential repair work after being struck by forked lightning.
Aberdeen council chiefs are facing a backlog maintenance bill of nearly £57million - with more than £10million of that considered “high priority”.
A heritage group will learn next week whether they will be awarded £6,000 to help repair an historic church.
An Aberdeen church has undergone a £1.5million makeover after its congregation dug deep to bring the leaky building “into the 21st century”.
Repairs to a popular mountain path that was closed by a landslide last week will take at least a month to repair, according to the conservation charity that owns it.
Highland Council is carrying out repairs to a "five-star" £4million school hostel that was built just over four years ago with the support of theatre impresario Sir Cameron Mackintosh.
Lochaber councillors are calling for urgent repairs to the Town Pier in Fort William after a popular tourist attraction was cancelled this summer due to the condition of the structure.